Juvenile Wants Paternity Test To Prove His Teenage Son Isn't Really His
Rapper Juvenile has offered to take a paternity test to prove his ex-girlfriend's child is not his.
Juvenile, real name Terius Gray, has discovered the woman suing him for unpaid child support may have had another partner at the time she conceived.
An arrest warrant was issued for the rap star in February after he fell behind in child support payments to the tune of $160,000.
But now the legal spat has taken an unusual twist - Juvenile has filed documents in Louisiana questioning the validity of the plaintiff's paternity claims.
He fears he was "fraudulently induced" into child support agreements after the teenager was born.
The two sides are scheduled to meet in court next month.